No. The songs are permanently etched or burned by a laser into the CD.
they just released a CD
Alot of them. There are 30 songs per CD. I work there
Bella loves the CD, because the songs on it are Edward's compositions.
Jamglue was a site where you wereable to listen/mix/download songs/instrumentals.
How many songs you can burn onto a blank CD depends on how much space is on the CD. On average you will be able to put around twenty songs on a blank CD.
Hi there, The way i do it is like this: - insert the Cd to your computer and then rip the songs or the whole Cd on to itunes. From there you can download the songs from your computer onto your Ipod. Hope that helps Mo
You eat it.
You will need to transfer them on a USB drive and put them on your computer. After that, you can burn the songs onto a CD.
You have to burn the songs onto a CD then upload the CD to iTunes.
No, they get copied
First off, you gotta check if you actually have a CD Rewriter.Second, you gotta check if the CD itself is rewritable.Third, get a CD Burn Software.Then put the songs on the rewritable CD.
You can't. CD's are write-only. They are cheap, just copy all the songs you want onto a new one.
Yes, check out Limewire.com.
If the CD is a CD-R it is only "Writable," and cannot have songs added to it after its initial burn. If the CD is a CD-RW you should be able to "Rewrite" songs onto the CD and reburn them.